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Best tool to test swing application.

 
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Dear All,

I am having a Swing application I want it to be stress tested. Can any one suggest me a suitable open source testing tool that will full fill my requirement.

Thank you.
 
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This would be more suitable on the testing forum.
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Melki,
Take a look at the Abbot and Costello open source libraries for Swing.
 
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